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Rare Bird Alert (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Banjo
Desc Bk/Cd
Artist Steve Martin
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00642171

Price: $34.99

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Rare Bird Alert (Bk/Cd) Performed by Steve Martin. For Banjo. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00642171, UPC: 884088627416)

Steve Martin's latest CD, Rare Bird Alert, has received raves from critics, fans and players alike. His 13 songs and sparkling banjo solos, in both clawhammer and three-finger picking styles, are whimsical and fun-filled, always beautifully crafted and superbly played. This bundle pack includes the actual CD release from Rounder, as well as a book featuring tablature and lyrics, and brief instructions for playing each tune. Songs: Rare Bird Alert • Yellow-Backed Fly • Best Love • Northern Island • Go Away, Stop, Turn Around, Come Back • Jubilation Day • More Bad Weather on the Way • You • The Great Remember (For Nancy) • Women Like to Slow Dance • Hide Behind a Rock • Atheists Don't Have No Songs • King Tut.

A great value at $34.99!
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ATHEISTS DON'T HAVE NO SONGS  
BEST LOVE  
GO AWAY, STOP, TURN AROUND, COME BACK  
HIDE BEHIND A ROCK  
JUBILATION DAY  
KING TUT  
MORE BAD WEATHER ON THE WAY  
NORTHERN ISLAND  
RARE BIRD ALERT  
THE GREAT REMEMBER  
WOMEN LIKE TO SLOW DANCE  
YELLOW-BACKED FLY  
YOU  
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